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A tourist mecca on the French Riviera, full of scenic beauty and countless sites that take your breath away. The 5th largest city in France perfectly combines French and Italian culture, offering visitors a diverse palate of wonders to explore. Visiting Nice on your own is possible, however, over the years, the popularity of this sunny destination has skyrocketed, making it more difficult to find the authentic side of the city. With the help of an expert guide in Nice, tours of the sights take on an entirely new meaning. Popular places such as the Cours Saleya Market are more thoroughly experienced on a guided tour. Exploring on foot with one of our tours, allows you to discover the city like a local. Learn the best spots to stop and clench your thirst or to curb a hunger craving. 


A walking tour through the old town, accompanied with historical context, is one of the best ways to fully understand the multicultural essence of the city. Exploring on foot with one of our tours, allows you to discover Nice like a local. For a speedier route of the city, a Segway tour offers a unique way to delve into the center. Anyone who prefers to take to the sky will find value in a hop on hop off tour. Catch all the main sights while sitting back and enjoying the ride. Jump off at the stops interesting you the most, such as the Promenade des Anglais, and spend your time leisurely strolling along, letting the breeze from the water brush gently across your face. 


It’s a fact that within the city, there are a number of tourist traps that you may easily fall victim to; with the guidance of a tour, you can better enjoy your time in Nice without having to worry about getting scammed. The best-guided tours of Nice will cover all the main sights and ensure you don’t miss a beat. Our day trips, with highlights along the Côte d'Azur to neighboring cities, are a great way to spend a full day. Even though, the buzz and vibrancy of Nice is contagious, too many days within the city may become tiring. In any case, venturing from the city on a day tour towards Monte Carlo and Monaco is a welcome break. 


Expand your knowledge and be taken behind the scenes of every sight. With your newly acquired knowledge gained on one of our expert guided Nice tours, your appreciation of the city, it’s history and dynamic culture, will be far greater than if you had explored on your own. 




Where is Nice?

Located along the French Riviera, on the South East coast of the Mediterranean sea. Nice has situated roughly 30 km from the Italian border. Cannes lies to the south and Monaco to the north. 


How to get there?

You can easily reach Nice by train, bus, or plane: 

  • Train: The best way to find a ticket into Nice is by visiting the SNCF official website. All trains to Nice center arrive at Gare de Nice-Ville, the main station, located roughly 20 min from the Promenade des Anglais.
  • Bus: If traveling from Spain or Italy, Flix Bus and Eurolines are the most common and trusted companies that you can take to get to Nice. 
  • Plane: Most budget airlines within Europe fly into Côte d’Azur Airpot (NCE). The airport is located less than 10 km from the city and is accessible by taxi or public transport. 


What can I tour in Nice?

  • If you’re a museum buff then a tour through one or all of the most important museums (Museum Matisse, Museum Chagall, and Museum of Modern Art) will be the perfect addition to your Nice itinerary. 
  • Nice offers a number of culinary delights. Why not try some of them, including Socca (chickpea pancakes), a regional treat which can be sampled on a tour through the Saleya Market. 
  • Visit the city on a night tour and wander through the charming streets, decorated by lively terraces and shops. 
  • The archeological site of Terra Amata
  • Grotto of Lazaret 


When’s the best time to travel to Nice? 

Summers are warm and winters mild, making Nice a great year-round destination to visit. Ideally, a trip planned anytime between May and November is best. If you don’t mind the milder temperatures, you can visit during the months of March/April or September/October. During this time, there are fewer tourists and better deals on accommodation rates. In addition, a number of harvest festivals and local food events take place in and around Nice. 


Is Nice expensive?

If you’re comparing Nice to Paris, then Nice would be considerably less expensive. In relation to other cities in France, Nice is considered one of the more expensive destinations. Although prices are high, they’re not as much as you would find going down the coast towards Cannes, Antibes or other cities nearby. 


Is Nice a family friendly destination?  

There’s a perception that Nice is mostly a destination for couples or wealthier individuals. This idea about Nice likely came from the image it has thanks to the Cannes Film Festival. In fact, Nice is a great place to bring the family! With plenty of outdoor activities and lots of adventure opportunity for the whole family to enjoy, Nice makes an ideal destination for a family trip. A private family Nice tour is also a great way to explore the city in a more personal way. 


What’s one fun fact about Nice?

Passing by some of the hilltop villas may trick you into thinking you’re in Hollywood, California. You won’t necessarily make the comparison by the scenery around but rather by the celebrities who have their houses in these hills. Famous stars like Elton John, Tina Turner, Bono, and Keith Richards, all have their homes in this area.

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